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News Summary of April 22, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of April 22, 2024 in Nigeria
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The National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) is supporting the Sokoto State Ministry of Health to investigate and identify the causes of a strange disease that has affected individuals in the state.

In a bid to bring a fugitive director of Binance to justice, Kenya has agreed to extradite the individual back to Nigeria.

Adeola Adedoyin Aiyedatiwa has been declared the winner of the All Progressive Congress (APC) primary in Ondo state.

The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) has transferred electricity regulation in Enugu state to the state government.

9PSB, a financial institution in Nigeria, is advocating for a healthy lifestyle and celebrating Health Week.

The recent visit of Remi Tinubu to Osun state is seen as an opportunity for the development of children and women in the state.

A date has been fixed for the arraignment of Kogi's former governor, Yahaya Bello, in his ongoing case with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

Dufil, the makers of Indomie noodles, has donated cartons of noodles to vulnerable communities in Nigeria.

The appeal committee for the Ondo APC governorship primary has received petitions from various candidates, including Edema, Akinterinwa, and Odimayo.

The Director-General of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Mustapha Maihaja, commends AGRHYMET and ACMAD for sustaining the Regional Climate Outlook as PRESASS begins in Abuja.

At the 16th convocation ceremony of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Oladoja emerges as the overall best graduating student with a CGPA of 4.86.

In Jacobabad, a group of dacoits robbed a passenger van.

Efforts are being made to address the challenge of zero-dose children in Nigeria.

The governor of Abia state, Okezie Ikpeazu, challenges Alex Otti to prove his claims of conducting a forensic audit and make it public.

Nasarawa state receives accolades for advancing the Lithium Processing Facility.

African leaders call for a rethink on tackling violent extremism in the continent.

A group urges disloyal executive committee members to resign.

At least six soldiers are reported dead in an attack by bandits in central Nigeria.

Civil society organizations and others warn that throwing money at citizens is not a sign of good governance.

A group congratulates Aiyedatiwa on winning the APC governorship primaries in Ondo state.

The Rivers State House of Assembly overrides Fubara and extends the tenures of local government chairmen.

More than 2,500 deaths are reported in Nigeria due to violence.

The National Civil Society Union (NCSU) hails the release of Fubara's supporters.

The Nigerian government targets citizens in the diaspora with a mortgage scheme set to begin in July.

Toyin Yussuf and Sandra Fanimokun advocate for nurturing indigenous language talent in children.

The appeal court fails to hear the EFCC's suit against an order restraining Yahaya Bello's arrest.

The EFCC detains an aspirant for the Ondo governorship election and states the reasons for his detention.

The FCT chapter of the Nigerian Institute of Building (NIOB) holds a conference on energy transition and other topics.

The Kwara State Internal Revenue Service (KW-IRS) announces the timetable for the 2024 Tax Quiz Competition.

A community in Bokkos laments the ongoing attacks in their area and calls for urgent intervention.

Nigerian Breweries continues its progress on closing the fair wage gap through its "Brew A Better World" initiative.

The Ohanaeze Ndigbo disowns a purported youth council allegedly meddling in the EFCC/Bello matter.

A Nigerian chess champion plays the royal game for 60 hours straight.

The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) rescues 10 suspected victims of human trafficking who were bound for Canada.

ActionAid and Plan International spend £400,000 on internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Benue state.

At the Abuja summit, African leaders unite against terrorism.

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There are alleged irregularities and protests surrounding the Ondo APC governorship primary election, with some aspirants calling for a replacement of the chairman.

An Ohanaeze chieftain urges Northern elders to refrain from making divisive comments against the Southeast.

A convener of the Soludo for Change (SFC) group hails Chukwuemeka Soludo's two-year scorecard as outstanding and resounding.

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